Professor John M. Kennedy began teaching in the department of Psychology at Scarborough College in the 1972. Prof. Kennedy shares his perspective of psychology and the importance of being original as well as describing his pedagogical approaches to the subject, as seen in his creation of a “science perception fair” type of research presentation. He speaks about the changing academic and social climate of the campus over the years, along with the changing nature of education and research. Additionally, Prof. Kennedy sheds light on the reputations of differing UofT campuses while also describing the relationship of faculty, particularly those belonging to Life Sciences, with the St. George campus. While Prof. Kennedy may have officially retired in 2010, he continues to research, teach, and supervise graduate students at the university.